Port Denia is located just North of Cabo de San Antonio (or Cape San Antonio) in the Spanish province of Alicante.
Dénia is only a little more than an hour’s drive from the towns of Alicante and Valencia, and their international airports, which makes Port Denia an easily accessible marina, with regular flights to and from all regions of Europe.
Port Denia is only 52 Nautical Miles from the island of Ibiza. Apart from the Port of Xabia to the South, it is the marina of mainland Spain that is the closest to the Balearic Islands. It is unboubtedly the nearest superyacht facility, with a highly active shipyard, to be located in mainland Spain and still within a small leap to Ibiza. A full displacement superyacht can reach Ibiza within 5 hours at cruising speed.
From this strategic position, Denia has developed and keeps developing as an ideal port of call for the maintenance, repairing and refitting of yachts, being so close to one of the Mediterranean’s most popular yachting (insular) destinations and offering all the advantages of being connected to the continent. In addition, it is well located along the route yachts heading to or returning from the Caribbean use. With the berth rental rates of Ibiza soaring at high season, Port Denia has also become a useful and cost-effective solution for yachts needing a harbour to turn-around or resupply between charters.
Port Denia’s superyacht shipyard is an integral part of the marina. It is fully equipped for refit and maintenance work with the capacity to haut out yachts up to 1,200 tons with its 2 slipways and a 150 ton travelift for smaller vessels. The facility is huge, complemented by a 2,000 m² of warehouses and workshops for the specialised skilled workers and craftsmen based on site. Beyond its facilities, you will find that this shipyard can cover almost any aspect of yacht maintenance and repairs, from painting to marine engineering, including carpentry, metalworks and rigging.
Though it may not be one of the most typical and trendy destinations for luxury superyachts, Dénia and the surrounding area are a holiday destination of their own, which has been popular with holiday makers from all of Europe for decades. This part of the province of Alicante offers many interesting sites to visit and things to do, in addition to its affordable and pleasant lifestyle. If you like nature and wild life, the Mount Montgo (and its natural park) is just South of the marina, facing you as you enter Port Dénia. For diving enthusiasts also to the South, is the sea life reserve of Cabo de San Antonio.